Are you dreaming of a “White Christmas”? Maybe not “a” but “the” – the White Christmas Mega kit of the Studio? It’s gorgeous, isn’t it… when I look at it and see all those different shades of White, I always remember the story of the Inuit having 100 different names for snow.
Let’s have some fun with that beauty! Come join us in the Progressive Scrap Forum to play. As always, here are the rules:
- This progressive scrap will go on for eight days. For the first seven days I will give you a download link with two or three pieces you are required to use according to this day’s instructions. You have two days (Saturday and Sunday) to complete the last step (or catch up) and upload your finished layout.
- The first download is free, you will get the others via pm after completion of the day before. You can join in until Wednesday, but you have to complete the days to get the next download – and your last layout should be done and posted by Sunday night!
- You can recolor and/or crop the pieces or change their opacity but you have to use them as specified in each day’s instructions and once placed are not allowed to move them. Make sure you save your layout in a .psd format so you are able to place new pieces below others if you should wish to do so.
- On Sunday night I will post a poll to choose the winner who gets this month’s gorgeous Mega “White Christmas” free! Everybody else who finishes will be awarded a 1 $ coupon to the Studio as a “thank you” for participating in this progressive scrap!
We’ll start with some papers (no surprise, LOL) – 3 of them, 1 each by Darlene aka DarleneH, Christine aka Digilicious Designs and Carmen aka Lightning Bug Creations.
Create the background for your layout using 5 paper pieces, using each paper at least once. (Don’t add papers, just use one or two papers more than once)
Upload your layout to the December Progressive Scrap Gallery, then come back here and post the link to your layout so I can pm you on Monday with the download link for Day 2!
Oh nice Min! I love, love, love when you do the Progressive Scrap. This one looks awesome!